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some mystery. this is dan brown, after all. using the #danbrowntoday, tweet us your guess. you can also do this on facebook, by the way. logon to today.com for details. as these messages come in, we'll put the image outside on our plaza. it will begin to appear, kind of like puzzle pieces. by the time the appointed time arrives, we will be able to reveal the title of his new book in full on that monitor you see right there. again, the hash tag to use #danbrowntoday. go over that one more time for me. >> i know, a little complicated. fine print. >>> lance armstrong's confession that he used performance-enhancing drugs during his cycling career. anne thompson has the story. good morning, anne. >> good morning, matt. the decision was made on his own, motivated by many things, the need he felt to address the doping allegations, the concern for his foundation and his desire to compete. lance armstrong's apology tour started at live strong headquarters, the cancer foundation built on his stunning seven tour de france wins, symbolized by yellow wrist bands worn around the world, then image tai
ogborn and dan henning hello, guys. >> hey, hey, hey. >> happy tuesday. >> bill: phil backert has the phones and cyprian bowlding always keeping us looking good. >> there is no truth to the rumor that clarence thomas' first words in seven years was when elaina kagan started shouting, he just started shouting baba baba booey. >> bill: talking about what qualified someone to appear before the supreme court. apparently he was trying to make a joke. >> he woke up. >> bill: he woke up and said that's not -- then everybody started laughing. >> that's right. >> bill: like the sphinx spoke. [ laughter ] >> bill: it was not a complete sentence. it was not even a thought. >> so he spoke but he didn't say a whole lot. >> bill: exactly. by the way, jon stewart spoke last night. this back and forth between jon stewart and paul krugman over the trillion dollar coin. paul krugman actually surprised us after coming out in support of the idea of minting the trillion dollar coin. jon stewart slammed him for it and said it was a dumb thing for a nobel prize winning economist to do. and then paul kru
plus peter ogburn and dan henning. hello, hello, hello. >> good morning. >> what's up? happy wednesday? >> god. when is this going to stop raining? >> it was ugly yesterday. it's january. supposed to be cold, wet and dreary. >> no. cold and snowy not raining. >> not in washington. >> let's have the a winter this year. >> no snow? >> we jut shouldn't expect a lot of it. this is par for the course, this rain. >> turn his microphone off. phil bachus has the phones. stop it. stop it. i don't want to hear it. phil bachus has the phones and cyprian boulding is on video cam. there we go. man. i don't know. i don't know what will rock did he crawl out from under. man, i've got to tell you. the ires preparable the irreppressableible bill clinton talking about don't worry about hillary. she had a little health problem here but she has bounced back. he said she is one strong mama. >> she has always been very very healthy and she has very low blood pressure, standing heart beat. i tell her she has time to have three more husbands after me. >> great
. at the table today, dan gross, tracy meres, law professor at yale university. thanks to all of you for being here. >> thank you. >> i want to start with you in part because i tell this story, a story that i think has been lost even though it's recent history. i worry as we enter into the new conversation about guns and the possibility of getting common sense gun legislation that we will miss this has not always been a partisan issue and hasn't been id logically marketed. what do we learn from this history? >> history is long standing. it goes back far beyond the black panthers. during the fugitive slave law resistan resistance, frederick douglas resisted slave catchers. we see it moving up through the 1960s. your point about the black panthers is interesting. it's a stage where in my scholarship i have described at the dichotomy. the leadership and grass roots made a distinction. they thought it was a crucial resource for black folks. up to the point of the radical resistance of the black panthers, that dichotomy was vividly upheld. the panthers sullied that process. the book i'm working on
eisenhower. dan is joining us, welcome to the program. caller: thank you. i think serve aware of what our state government has done to the gun owners in this state and really the safety of all the citizens. now if you want an example of why the government should stay out of the matters of the people on the local level especially take a look at the law they passed theirself. you had two firearm killed out in new york by a person who was a convicted felon. he brutally murdered his grandmother with a hammer. they had him in jail for 10 or 15 years and what did he do? he went and killed two more people. and who set up those laws and processes for him to get out of jail? then after that happened what did they do? they came after my gun rights. yesterday mr. bloomberg said there will be more killings and we need that so we can pass tighter gun laws. that's why i'm saying do not register your long guns they are going for everything they can get here. and please america watch us in new york state. come to our aid, we need your help as much as you need ours. host: the role of government in solving
violence. compared to 61% who think it will continue. next call is dan in ohio on our democrats' line. dan, we are talking about some of the mental health aspects, what are your thoughts? carl carl all these people -- caller: all these people who are paranoid to think the government is going to take their guns, they probably use a psychological evaluation. if the government wants to take your guns and your assault weapon isn't going to stop them from doing that. a second opinion is, i hear everyone talk about regulating and background checks on handguns, but what about background checks on ammunition and that would cut back criminals. host: i appreciate your time. mental health issue must be handled very carefully. a counselor and nurse should be on every public school site, not guns. and joseph asked, should ptsd prevent owning a firearm. rick on our republican line. what are your thoughts? caller: i appreciate you taking my call. i am a republican, i'm a gun owner, former n.r.a. member and i'm also treated for depression. host: why a former n.r.a. member? caller: the day after the presid
we please have a bill harris, dan bowen and kyle keel. >> i see ernie carpenter. i know you called him. >> and bill harris, dan bowen, kyle keel. >> no signs. no signs. >> thank you. i would like to add my applause see you having this hearing. i am here tonight as the first vice-president of the national association for the enhancement of colored people. national resolution on this issue is for your perusal. homicide is the second comment cause of death between 22-24 year olds in the primary death of african-americans of that age group. more americans have been killed by guns in their own country and all the united states military personnel and all the wars at the same time in the entire world. african-americans and latinos are being murdered in harm's at significantly higher rates than the rest of our society. we cannot go into all these reasons. it should be noted that no other developed country allows the ease of access to guns possible in of the united states. above the naacp has adopted the following to policies. >> why don't you give them to me? >> ok. it is my time up? >> yo
. thank you. >> thank you. >> hi, i'm dan gross, i'm president of the brady campaign. i also come to the issue of gun violence here personal -- through personal experience. my younger brother, matt gross, was shot in a shooting that happened on the observation deck of the empire state building in 1997. we're proud to stand here with all these great leaders, with the president and vice president earlier today, as well as with the other folks that -- who you will hear from shortly who have their own personal stories to share. today is a momentous day. but it is just the beginning and now it's up to us. and that's our message to the american public and you heard it today from the president saying that in order for change to happen on this issue, the american public is going to need to make its voice heard. and that's the roll that we at the brady campaign intend to help play along with all the other great organizations out there that are convening the voice of the american public. so our message would be to every american out there, gun owners, n.r.a. members, mothers, fathers, we're
in its own right the other dan pointed out to me, you know this better than i do, when gabby was shot, but for the fact when the assailant had to put in a new clip and fumbled and a woman reached out and jumped grabbed him, prevented him from putting a new clip in. a new congressman who is injured and shot properly three would not have been around to tell the story. so, some of those children were read out with 11 bulletholes. high-capacity magazines in our view are not worth the risk. [applause] high-capacity magazines don't have a practical sporting purpose or hunting purpose is one hunter told me if you got 12 pounds, it means diverting regarding this figure 11 times. you should pack a factor in. you don't deserve to have a gun. if you're that bad. last night seriously, think about it. you're here, does this say looking for sporting a gun ranges. i don't know why we can't say those weapons should be kept at the range if that's what they're for. make that judgment without in any way impact their sporting enjoyment. the next question is how do we make our streets and schools safer wi
. then they talk about the democrats because harry reid talked about the assault by big dan and getting it to the united states senate controlled by the democratic party. it ain't going to happen. so if you look at the red state senators up for reelection alabaster down south, that's what i'm talking about in terms of overreach. if this is something we such close the loophole, catch 40% escaping and i'm guns if they mentally disturbed had reasonable restrictions. the problem in the heller case is you couldn't have a can bus registered, but they would much reregister. that is in effect that you can't do it and that tesco to fire. so if it's common sense, quite frankly i don't know why somebody needs 10 bullets. it doesn't seem like some magic number to me. to the gunowners, that sounds like something somebody made up. the president's executive orders can be accepted by the republican party. if they did close down 90 people buying guns. you think this through. >> small items on ticket items. >> yes. in the brady bill of 93, about effectively. for background check. the assault weapons ban
are injured. this is according to captain dan sutter with the st. louis fire department. says that there are two adult males. they are in critical condition but he wouldn't say if one of the victims was the shooter, wouldn't talk details with either of those injuries and that's what we have so far. thanks so much for being with me. joe johns in the situation room today. hey, joe. >> hey, brooke. >>> happening now, president obama decides to go big on gun reform acting on his own and asking congress for reform that will be hard to pass. we'll hear part of oprah winfrey's reaction to lance armstrong's confession. plus, an exclusive look inside a lab that could save your life. see how close we are to a super vaccine to keep you from getting the flu for years. wolf blitzer's off today. i'm joe johns. you're in "the situation room." we begin now with a guessing game about what is in president obama's so called comprehensive proposals to cut down on gun violence. the president and vice president are set to unveil their plans tomorrow and even though officials are trying to keep the
reminded of dan rather, the documents were false, but accurate. this was exactly what, if you'll recall, paul ryan in his vice-presidential speech and in other places pointed out that barack obama gave a speech in janesville, wisconsin gm plant and said we're going to keep this open for a hundred years with the auto bailout and they closed it started making those cars in china. i'd like to also point out that china, by the way, the media fact checkers found that to be a lie, too, they sided with obama on that and romney-ryan was correct on that as well. >> steve: sure. >> i'd like to point out that 55% of gm's increased production in china by 55% since the bailout and make seven out of ten cars outside the united states. so it's a good thing we did this 83 billion dollar auto bailout for american jobs. >> steve: sure, but you know, a big part of the president's face are auto union workers, they hear, hey, they're going to ship a bunch of car manufacturing jobs out to china, oh, wait a minute, i don't like that idea. so you've got a fact checking organization that came in and said that's
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